Industrial & Product Design FAQs
- What is product design?Product design is the process of designing and creating a new product to be sold to consumers. It covers everything from the initial ideation of the product to its ultimate production, including conducting user research, gathering feedback and iterating, working out bugs, introducing or eliminating new features, and finessing the final vision of the product.
- What makes good product design?Good product design will result in a product that functions as expected, is easy to use, and fulfills the aesthetic goals for the product. It should streamline and simplify the creation and use of the product, and include nothing extraneous. Good product design will also be innovative and set your product apart from the rest.
- What kinds of projects require product design?In an ideal world, every product would have a product designer behind it. A product that is produced without a product designer is likely to be less functional, attractive, and efficient than one that used a product designer. Using a product designer ensures that every decision that goes into making your product has been thought through, and nothing will be arbitrary. It’s an initial upfront investment that will save you from future iterations and adjustments.
- How do I pick the right product designer for me?Once you’ve identified a pool of candidates based on skills and availability, look at their experience and browse their gig gallery. Look at samples of previous product design to get a sense of their style, and choose the candidate whose style you like best. Make sure to contact them before ordering, explain your project requirements, expectations, and budget, and provide examples of work you like by the seller or someone else as a visual reference.
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